Spring 2021: Let’s Get Organized + What’s NEW?

Spring has sprung in some locales and we’re ready for all the sunshine and longer days ahead. For many of you, the start of a new season means you’re ready to fling open the windows and doors and GET ORGANIZED. Maybe that organization bug also reaches into your quilting life after spending so much time indoors. Author Sherri McConnell has the perfect planner to get you moving in the right direction.

Consider using the planner as your workbook to:

  • Organize your quilting space
    ~~learn how to find your favorite tools and notions with ease
  • Get your works-in-progress under control
    ~~Sherri’s system will help you conquer the start-but-don’t finish problem!
  • Make progress on long-term projects
    ~~Sherri shares how she keeps ongoing projects from being ignored for too long
  • Review your quilting library
    ~~record and refer to your list of  “must-have” books in one place

Sherri’s spiral bound planner is a portable guide to getting (and staying) organized! If that’s a promise that resonates with you, then click here to order your copy of A Quilting Life Monthly Planner today.

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April 2021 NEW release are coming in HOT! HOT! HOT!

If you’re a fan of Kim Diehl (and who isn’t?) and Stacy West of Buttermilk Basin, then April 2021 is going to be the best DOUBLE FEATURE you can imagine. Each of these terrific designers brings her very best to two new April 2021 books!

Author Kim Diehl offers a second helping of scrappy quilts in Simple Whatnots II. Inside you’ll find 18 cute-as-can-be small quilt patterns that sparkle with Kim’s signature style. Find more details here.

Tongue and Groove from Simple Whatnots II


Author Stacy West has a feel for fall in Buttermilk Basin’s Pick of the Crop. You’ll have all the fall feels too. With a mix of wool and cotton, there are framed pieces, dimensional fruits and veggies (Pincushions? Bowl fillers?), pillows, and mini quilts. All will be favorites for any fall fanatics! Find more details here.

  Peace and Plenty from Buttermilk Basin’s Pick of the Crop

Stop by ShopMartingale.com and peruse ALL THE BOOKS available to make YOUR creative life more FUN!

1 Comment (leave a comment)

  • I absolutely adore Kim Diehl’s design and the fabric she designs. Her blues are the most unique and gorgeous around.

    And Stacy! WOW! What can I say about Stacy? I’ve loved her work for soooo many years – all the way back to when I used to sit and visit with her late mother while she sewed up Stacy’s designs up in Roseau, MN.

    —Geri on March 16, 2021

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